Kathy Perret and Kenny McKee join the podcast to discuss dealing with barriers teachers face and the corresponding ways that coaches can help teachers surmount them. They share insights from their new book, Compassionate Coaching: How Educators Navigate the Barriers to Professional Growth,
“Although a content-neutral approach to supervision—one that emphasizes general pedagogical features such as student engagement, cognitive load, or classroom management—is undoubtedly beneficial, the best instructional leaders know that content-specific approaches are necessary to achieve real excellence.” Listen to Dr. Rebecca Lowenhaupt and Dr. Rebecca Katsch-Singer share their insights and strategies from their work in the Instructional Leadership for Science Project … Read More
Superintendent of Schools Jennifer Gillis (Manchester School District), Sydney Leggett (SAU 75), and Meredith Nadeau (SAU 21), the original organizers of the NH Women in Educational Leadership Initiative, share the challenges for women in educational leadership.
Author and teacher Jennifer Orr shares how to take the passion and chatter that K–5 students bring to the classroom and turn it into conversation skills that make them better learners?
What role does empathy play in the success of a school leader? Listen to Dr. Thomas Hoerr share the importance of empathy in being effective and the key skills in becoming a Chief Empathy Officer.
Members of the inaugural cohort of Klawe Fellows for EdReports share their stories and the importance of advocacy in their work.
Noted leadership coach Dr. Jill Harrison Berg shares how teacher leaders amplify the power of collaborative inquiry as a means for identifying, interrogating, and addressing instructional inequity and speaks about the three levels of learning: individual, relational, and organizational.
Listen to an interview with instructional coaching founder, Jim Knight about his newest ASCD book, The Definitive Guide to Instructional Coaching: Seven Factors for Success.
Authors Stefani Arzonetti Hite and Jenni Donohoo share insights on the relationships between student achievement and collective efficacy as well as their model for leading collective teacher efficacy.
With the increase in teacher/administrator stress and increase in challenging student behavior, self-regulation is key to bolstering resilience. When an educator knows how to self-regulate they then have the capacity to teach and model to their students how to self-regulate. Listen to Emily Read Daniels share information about the importance of a regulated classroom.